Ethnological Museum

Contemporary history of the city

60 minutos

Maximum capacity
240 people

Brochure: val/cas
  • Lift
  •  No-parking
  •  Non-adapted toilets

This Castelló manor house dating back to the 18th century hosts what is perhaps the most important collection about the professions and way of life of the city in the 19th and 20th centuries, consisting of more than 2,000 pieces, instruments and tools. In addition, it is an iconic building, since on 21st December 1932, the ‘Normes de Castelló‘ were signed here, providing the bases for the unification of the Valencian orthography.

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Self-guided Tour

Visitors can enjoy a self-guided tour using the exhibition panels available

Duration: Duration: 60 minutes
Languages: Spanish and Valencian

Arranged Tour

It is possible to arrange visits by requesting it Monday to Friday, from 8am to 3pm, sending an e-mail to or calling 683 54 55 42

Duration: 45 minutes
Languages: Spanish and Valencian


Tuesday to Saturday:
from 11am to 1.30pm and from 5.30pm to 9.00pm
Closed on Mondays
Sundays and bank holidays:
from 10am to 2pm

The Ethnological Museum will be closed on:
1st and 6th January | 6th and 25th December


Museo de Etnología
Calle Cavallers, 25
12001 Castelló de la Plana
Telf. 964 23 98 78- How to get there


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